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Wow~ time has flown and already the end of 2017 is near! Time to start thinking about gift giving to those music people you know! Here is my music gift ideas list. There has not been as many posts here as I’ve been starting to get into Youtube and posting some videos there. (Check out my channel and subscribe there too!)

I’ve been performing a lot more and it’s been exciting to incorporate traditional¬†cello music as well as branching out into music involving electronics. There is something so amazing getting to collaborate with other musicians and create a sound world that is so special. Recording and creating some tracks for an indie filmmaker was a definite highlight and challenge for me as well. I definitely think that trying things outside of my comfort zone, and being forced to create music has been an amazing path and has made my brain gears keep turning steadily for days! Have you ever tried improvising and creating your own music?

My recent video is talking about some great gift ideas for the string players that you know. Some can be for other music players as well! I’ve made the videos into 2 parts so the videos aren’t super long. Here is a list of the items I talk about:

Rosin, Strings, Cleaning cloths, Wristies, Manuscript Paper notebooks, Microphone, Mini Tripod, Audio Recorder, Airturn

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You can check out all the specific items I talk about in my kit:

There are also great places to get music~ always a great gift for music learners! You can check out cello music on one of my favorite places: 

I’m also working on getting more transcriptions of music up on the site so you can learn how to play more songs! If there are any requests please list them in the comment section below. I would love to answer any questions or requests.

As always, I’m committed to bringing you all things cello~ including the fun! Thanks for coming on this journey with me.

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